WATCH: Nebraska's Scott Frost claims hit on Adrian Martinez was intentional, sends video to Big Ten and Pac-12 officials

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The conversation about Nebraska starting QB Adrian Martinez's injury is buzzing, but not regarding his status for Saturday's game vs.Troy.

Nebraska Football staff including coach Scott Frost have sent video of Colorado linebacker Jacob Callier's hit on Martinez to both Big Ten and Pac-12 officials, believing the actions that caused the injury were intentional. Frost stopped short of outright calling it intentional when asked if it was a dirty play on Monday.

Here's the possible video of what Frost sent to conference officials via KETV Omaha.

Video: Colorado's Jacob Callier's hit on Nebraska's Adrian Martinez

"You never want to think someone on the football field would try to intentionally hurt someone," Frost said. "We have an angle that doesn't look very good. I don't know what the intentions were, but the angle out there that I've seen doesn't look good at all."

Looks can be deceiving, or even in the case of wins and losses maybe even bias. Frost's view from the sideline may tell a different story from officials in the Pac-12 reviewing the tape.

"Our athletic department official have has discussion with the conference office; no one has been suspended and we are moving forward." Colorado coach Mike McIntyre said in a statement on Monday night.

Martinez's injury occurred late in the fourth quarter before Colorado's Steven Montez threw a 40-yard game-winning touchdown pass to Laviska Shenault with 1:06 left, making the final score 33-28.

Colorado and Nebraska play the second game of their scheduled home-and-home series next year in Boulder.

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